I went to the range for the first time today. I didn't accomplish anything besides wasting ammo and getting a sore shoulder. I thought I would have been a little bit more prepared on knowing how to sight my rifle in. I'm a little frustrated.
My first three shots at 25 yards were little low and to the right. Rangemaster said I could only take three or four shots there, so I couldn't spend a lot of time at that particular area of the range. The 50 yard range was too busy so I walked on by the hundred yard range. A big mistake, I should have waited until a spot opened up. I never even got close to the bulls-eye.
It's pretty embarrassing not knowing how to use the scope you have.
The knob on top=elevation. The knob on side=windage. The elevation knob has the U with arrow pointing counter-clockwise. The windage knob has the R going in same direction. Both knobs have 1 cm clicks.
So my first 3 shots hit low and right of center. Lets say 3 down 4 over. My sheets are 1/4 inch squares. Which way do I turn the knobs to get my point of impact center?